Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pictures:

2 syllables:
brick church,
quick turns,
quick words,
strict terms,
with hers,
thick curls,
thick curves,
quinze jours,
vingt jours,
billed murres,
blick durch,
bridge verbs,
bring girls,
bring words,
christ turns,
click merge,
click search,
cousin terms,
drift terms,
grill serves,
hiring firms,
his church,
his nerves,
his terms,
his words,
in birds,
in church,
in girls,
in terms,
in words,
it burns,
it serves,
kick serve,
kick turn,
mere words,
mille fleurs,
paris church,
parish church,
pitch curves,
queer birds,
queer girls,
queer words,
quick search,
quick surge,
quick turn,
ridge church,
sick berth,
smith girls,
smith turns,
spit curls,
split words,
spring birds,
spring church,
spring terms,
spring turns,
stiff terms,
still burns,
still serves,
still turns,
string words,
swing curves,
swiss church,
swiss firms,
switch turns,
there burns

3 syllables:
picture as,
picture has,
picture whose,
conflict turns,
scripture as,
mixture whose,
picture hangs,
picture shows,
picture these,
picture those,
picture was,
pictured as,
pitcher whose,
figure as,
figure has,
figure whose,
singer whose,
adding terms,
adding words,
admit girls,
asking girls,
builder whose,
career girls,
career terms,
endearing terms,
endearing words,
filter whose,
printer whose,
riches heures,
silver as,
sister whose

4 syllables:
premiers jours,
familiar as,
francisco 49ers,
resistor whose

Some other possibilities:

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